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They're Married!!!

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mango_fandango

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The title is self explanatory...

I've been mostly playing with the Bancrofts, mainly because I had the marriage storyline for Michael and I wanted to get that done and dusted before going to the Smiths. 

Here's a photo of that all-important moment... THE FIRST KISS!!!

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I'll cover things properly later. 

Madison has *temporarily* moved back into her parents' home, mainly for accountability reasons. Yes, I had moved Michael and Mary into the same house before marriage, but I knew I was going to get them hitched ASAP so it was only temporary. Both of them now want a baby, so that'll be coming soon. I decided that they can have a K theme, to honour Karen. Michael's lifetime want is to marry off 6 kids, so they'd better get to it, stat! 

(Formal outfits really aren't hugely modest. So I've had to be fairly liberal in that area. The girls in the family all wore knee-length or longer skirts. Most of them had bare shoulders, but hey, it's only temporary, and they very rarely wear formal gear anyway).

Both Madison and Michael managed to graduate Summa Cum Laude, thankfully. 

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mango_fandango

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Psst....

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And it wasn't Madison's first kiss either... :shock:

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